Britney Gets an Indie Remix

Mysterical, extraterrestrial genius.

1. Britney Spears, “Womanizer (The Teenagers Remix)”
We thought we were done talking about this track, but here come the Teenagers to remix Britney into an unlikely indie rock star. [We Like It Indie]

2. Black Milk feat. Pharoahe Monch, Sean Price, and DJ Premier, “The Matrix”
Black Milk claims he’s “stuck in the Matrix” on this tight track off Troni (his follow-up to last year’s excellent Popular Demand), but with Monch, Price, and Premier providing backup, this is one sequel that might be better than its predecessor. [Analog Giant]

3. Banjo or Freakout, “Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa” (Vampire Weekend cover)
The banjo is an modern version of an instrument that was invented in Africa but has since been appropriated by a lot of white folks in the U.S. Perhaps this spooky cover of a Vampire Weekend song is less unlikely than we thought. [Gorilla vs. Bear]

4. Santogold, “L.E.S. Artistes (Left/Right Remix)”
With the country divided before tonight’s debate, here’s a squelchy remix that people from both sides of the aisle can enjoy. [Culture of Me]

5. Radiohead, “Reckoner (Cadence Weapon Remix)”
Canadian rapper-producer Cadence Weapon tosses out his pulsing, atmospheric take on the Radiohead track, part of the band’s most recent remix project. [Gorilla vs. Bear]

Britney Gets an Indie Remix